If you are looking for a pet with a ton of personality packed into a tiny little body. Then Little D is the man (or dog) for you! He is a charming attention-loving clown that loves to steal the show whenever he can and will snag your heart along with it.
Little D's loyalty is unwavering and he will prove his loyalty by doing little things for you. He is a great foot warmer at night. True to his breed, Little D is clever and courageous; which calls for him to be leashed or allowed to frolic in a yard with a privacy fence to keep him from journeying afar on an adventure. Incredibly tender and warm-hearted, Little D firmly believes that cuddling with you is in the Doggie Bill of Rights and he will exercise this right often!
Little D is the quintessential couch potato and his size makes him an ideal apartment or condo companion; however, a commitment should be made to exercise or boredom could get the better of him. Little D suggests long walks or romps in the park (remember always on leash). While Little D does get along with some dogs, he would best thrive in a home where he is the sole recipient of your love and affection.
Little D is not recommended for a family with small children, but would be perfect in a home with older children, single individuals, or empty nesters looking for companionship.
The Spanish Fort Toros won their second consecutive 5A State Championship, defeating Muscle Shoals 35-14.
Global civil rights icon Nelson Mandela, whose legacy is ending South African apartheid, has died.
Mobile County Sheriff's Office arrested 27-year-old John Hicks and 22-year-old Amber Trawick for a number of meth related charges including chemical endangerment of a child and trafficking illegal drugs.
Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson returned to the Port City Thursday, December 5 after spending several days in Hamburg, Germany for the Aviation Forum 2013.
Students at Council Traditional School had a lot to cheer about Thursday, December 5.The US Department of Education named Council a “National Blue Ribbon School.”